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the national security agency went too far, and then misled a secret oversight court about its violations. at one point, a federal judge even threatened to halt the collection of phone data. civil liberties groups sued to force release of the material. in india, a court convicted four men today in the fatal gang rape of a young woman last year. the incident triggered worldwide condemnation and reforms in india's sexual violence laws. we have a report from john sparks of independent television news. >> reporter: not long after sunrise, a police van swept past the cameras and into a district court in delhi. inside the vehicle, four men wearing hoods, four men accused of a crime that shocked and deeply shamed the people of india. outside of the gate, an angry crowd formed. >> we want justice. >> reporter: they have come to hear the judge's verdict and deliver an impromptu one of their own. "a death sentence for everyone convicted of rape," said this woman. five men and one juvenile were charged with torturing, raping, and murdering a 23-year-old physiotherapy student last november. police sa
. they show incidents in which the national security agency went too far, and then misled a secret oversight court about the violations. to halt the collection of phone data. so the liberty group civil liberties groups sued to force release of the material. in india, a court convicted four men today in the fatal gang rape of a young woman last year. the incident triggered worldwide condemnation and reforms in india's sexual violence laws. we have a report from john sparks of independent television news. . >> not long after sun viez, a police van swept past the cameras and into a district court in delhi. inside the vehicle, four men wearing hoods, four men accused of a crime that shocked and deeply shamed the people of india. outside of the gate, an angry crowd formed up. >> we want justice. they have come to hear the judge's verdict and deliver an impromptu one of their own. >> a death sentence for everyone convicted of rain, said this woman. five men and one juvenile were charged with torturing, rain raping and murdering a 23-year-old physio therapy student last november. police say the gan
indicate the national security agency violated some of its own phone record rules and it presented false information to the foreign intelligence surveillance board about the violation. the papers were released to comply with an aclu request. >>> and if you have been waiting the arrival of a brand new iphone, you will soon have two to choose from. apple unveiled its iphone 5s today along with the 5c, a lower cost plastic alternative. the 5s is expected to be faster and will come in three different colors, silver, gray and gold. it also has special features including a fingerprint sensor to replace passwords. the 5c comes in a range of colors and starts at about $99. both devices will be available september 20th. preorders begin on friday. >>> coming up in our special report, russia's connection to syria's chemical weapons. how moscow may have helped syria build its stockpile. >>> and rand paul discusses whether president obama deserves any credit for the diplomacy now unfolding. [ male announcer ] pepcid® presents: the burns family bbq. guys, you took tums® a couple hours ago. why keep
the vice president, heads of the c.i.a., national security agency and the f.b.i. and also new york governor pataki after the two attacks on the twin towers in new york. he was briefed by his national security advisor, condoleeza rice, who phoned him after the first attack. mr. bush was reading to some children when the second attack occurred. chief of staff andy card interrupted him, told him about the attack. it was clear at that point we were dealing with terrorists. >> i want to bring in to the conversation general al hague, the former secretary of state. general hague, at a time like this, how does america respond prudently, with the proper amount of caution, and yet with whatever force needs to be applied? >> first we have to know the full limits of this tragedy and it's unprecedented, of course. but we have to stay above all united and calm and ready to take resolute action which sometimes we have failed to do in the recent past. when the perpetrators are uncovered and we have many, many indicators of precisely who they are -- this was too broadly based a terrorist act to be just a fe
department, state department, national security agency, have all rejected or failed to answer multiple freedom of information requests made by cbs news as well as appeals of the denials. the agency cite exemptions relating -- related to ongoing investigations of national security. an article today by john sexton talking about it's been nearly a year since the attack which killed four americans in benghazi. during that time various minute-by-minute accounts of the attack have been published. in addition, the administration's decisions to refuse additional security requests and to revise its talking points after the attack have been examined in detail. further down it says, the general outlines of the c.i.a. effort have been reported. one fact, which has not been highlighted, is that the u.n. arms embargo of libya, which the united states helped pass in 2011, makes shipping weapons in or out of the country, libya, a violation of international law. indeed, the way the u.n. resolution is written, even knowingly allowing such shipments to take place may be violation of the agreement. yet, w
national security agency and they came to my office. we privately met and i said tell me the living dead was involved in this meeting. tell me what is the bottom-line of the security aspect? they went ahead and looked at this and we went into a skiff room which is in the capital and that's it private room. i won't reveal the information on the security to the capital but it's okay to do these if we do it in this way. the israeli-based company or the lg sees her american company it doesn't matter which one. if we do it this way it's involved this way and that's all i can say about it. we made a decision to award the contract. what we did with the contract is it went through j. eagan in the administrative house. we have to providers do a survey. the providers were stripped verizon and at&t. there were five of them. they would sign off ltc or do you want foxconn? the majority said they wanted foxconn. there's one little twist in this though. at one point in time the word was used and this is how i met with foxconn. i had many jewish friends. in israel and israelis israeli will say i am jewi
security worldwide due to 9/11. the national security agency repeatedly ignored court-ordered procedures by tracking thousands of phone calls without suspecting they could be connected to terrorism. that according to records released by the obama administration. these violations took place for three years until they were discovered in 2009. >>> out west, firefighters are indeed getting a handle on the mt. diablo wildfire. officials believe they could have that fire contained by the weekend. it's burned some 3200 acres. >>> now, making matters worse, burglars got into a firehouse while crews were out fighting the flames. thieves stole wedding rings, watches and computers. >>> two colorado lawmakers booted out in a recall election after supporting tougher gun control. john morse and angela guerin lost. the measures faced opposition even after last year's movie theater shooting in colorado. >>> police in gardendale, alabama, a raccoon crashed through their ceiling. it invaded the gardendale police department, was in no murray to leave. he first held on to an inside door, then he later tried
of the good things to coordinate local agencies with her as drug enforcement and national security issues. janet, i think the fact that the chief of police and the city of washington, d.c. here and the local law enforcement officials are here. we give testimony that you've done it extremely well. you reminded this department constantly it's not just the people, it's the department. the american people have to be called in as part of providing for the national security of the united states of america. i start off with that point because it's one of the missions. you've done an extraordinary job. this is preaching to the choir. everyone in here knows the job you've done. my frustration is sometimes i wish the nation had some insight with the job you do and with your colleagues out there. all of the hundreds of hours, because hundreds of hours in that situation and the nation could understand how incredible you are to have guided the nation for the last 48 years. whether it's combatting terrorism or keeping the homeland safe. but you've been responsible for federal emergency responses to dis
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